Newly announced at Tokyo Game Show 2016, Musou Stars is a new game coming to PS4 and PS Vita from Koei Tecmo. It’s a title that will be bringing together many different characters from a wide range of games much like the Project X Zone series. In case you need a reminder, here’s the trailer from TGS:
Famitsu Weekly recently announced that Millennia from Kagero: Deception II has been added to the list of fighters already announced. These include Sanada Yukimura from the Samurai Warriors series, Ryu Hayabusa from the Ninja Gaiden series, Sophie from the Atelier series, Zhao Yun from the Dynasty Warriors series just to name a few.
I was covering Tokyo Game Show in 2014 and I was lucky enough to bump into my favourite cosplayer, Vampy Bit Me! What followed next was a very impromptu interview which she was more than happy to do. I found her to be extremely friendly and down to Earth and great, interesting person to interview.
Another awesome game that made an appearance at Tokyo Game Show was Berserk and the Band of the Hawk. This game brings loads of action and delivers bucketloads of Dynasty Warriors hack and slash business. It’s developed by Koei Tecmo and best of all, it’s receiving a Western release in February 2o17.
Another series that I look forward to seeing a new release from is Resident Evil, or Biohazard as it’s known in Japan. Tokyo Game Show ’16 saw Capcom bring Resident Evil 7 with a look at some footage and gameplay via a trailer shown over the event. Looks pretty terrifying, dark and atmospheric, three things the series is known for.
Here’s one game that crept up on me from Team Ninja which looks amazing! How this is the first I’m hearing of it is beyond me but it’s definitely on my radar now! NIOH boasts some lush, ultra realistic visuals in a gorgeous dark world full of fantasy. Hit up the Tokyo Game Show trailer below!
Another game I can’t wait to play is Gravity Rush 2. The first entry in the series on the PS Vita was an amazing experience and left me wanting me more from the rich world of Hekseville. Japan Studio brought some new gameplay to Tokyo Game Show 2016 which looks mindblowingly awesome and introduces a few new characters to the mix.
Another title that had tongues wagging at Tokyo Game Show 16 was Final Fantasy XV. As a bonus, Square Enix brought an extended 4 minute trailer which had been given English subtitles. Have a look below and let us know what you think in the comments.
Like a lot of people, I’ve been waiting a while for The Last Guardian from developers genDESIGN and SIE Japan Studio. I’ve actually pre-ordered the Collector’s Edition even though it’s been delayed (again) til December 2016. Nonetheless, I can’t wait to get my hands on it and was over the moon when I saw this new trailer from that aired at Tokyo Game Show 2016!
Tokyo Game Show is in full swing at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan and while I can’t be there in person this year, I’m lucky enough to have friends that have made the trip over to Japan. Yesterday we saw some pics from DYoshiiTV who’s over there doing some amazing work with Tokyo Otaku Mode and today I managed to snag some more pics from day one.
These pics come courtesy of Matt Sainsbury who runs Digitally Downloaded Dot Net and is over there doing some awesome stuff as well! If you haven’t checked out his stuff yet, you should as it’s amazing! Plus, he’s a massive fan of Hatsune Miku, just like me! And he’s also doing some col coverage of TGS on his site as well so make you stop by.